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[...] Mad Dog McCree does a solid job at translating the gunslinging action of the arcade original to the touchscreen of iOS. If you're a fan of the source material, then you should be pretty satisfied with this port.
As enormously flawed as ever, yet curiously enjoyable with it, Mad Dog McCree feels oddly at home on the App Store.
Mad Dog McCree is only for those with fond memories of the original. It is priced way too high to warrant a purchase for anyone not familiar with the game. At $0.99 it could have been a glimpse back in nostalgia. Mad Dog McCree brought something new twenty years ago, and that is exactly how tired and old it feels.
Mad Dog McCree is just not a very good game, and serves better as a historical curiosity. It doesn’t help that it’s priced at $4.99 on the App Store. Unfortunately, even if this version of the game were playable, the fact is that it isn’t very long. It was designed as a quarter-muncher back in the days when games were made to make money for their owners one coin at a time, but even if you manage to pull it off, the experience is short. Trial-and-error aside, a clean run would take you in the ballpark of around ten minutes to complete.